Public Health

Andrea Germanos, staff writer
As the World Health Organization (WHO) prepares to select its new director general, public health, food, and science experts are urging the new leader to take action on the issue of factory farms and global threats they pose. In an op-ed published Sunday at the New York Times , Scott Weathers, Sophie Hermanns, and Mark Bittman reference comments...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Career musician and populist candidate Rob Quist and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) addressed 4,500 at Montana State University on Sunday. (Photo: Rachel Leathe/ Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
Indicating that hunger for a people's revolution continues to grow throughout...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Activists protest the nomination of Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt. (Photo: Lorie Shaull/cc/flickr)
It turns out, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) head Scott Pruitt's plan to...

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Called "horrifying, infuriating, compelling and hopeful," a new documentary Toxic Hot Seat explores the chemical flame retardants - equally likely to cause cancer and not to work - that are everywhere in our lives and houses, and the massive lobbying efforts of chemical manufacturers and Big Tobacco that put them there. With a new Give Toxics the Boot! campaign. "The average American baby is born with 10 fingers, 10 toes and the highest recorded levels of flame retardants among infants in the...